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Decline in North Dakota Wildlife Will Affect Hunting Season

Much of North Dakota's wildlife is experiencing a decrease in numbers resulting in fewer hunting licenses available this year.

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Townsquare Media-Bismarck

‘Queen: It’s A Kinda Magic’ Keeps Bismarck Fans on Their Feet [VIDEO]

Fans attending the tribute show 'Queen: It's A Kinda Magic' Monday night at the Belle Mehus Auditorium were in for much more than just another tribute show.

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USA Wrestling via YouTube

Former Bismarck Demon Ryan Blees Wins Second Straight USA Wrestling Championship [VIDEO]

Former Bismarck Demon Ryan Blees wrapped up a stellar North Dakota wrestling career over the weekend, winning his second straight freestyle national championship.

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Bismarck Bobcats via YouTube

Bismarck Bobcats Introduce ‘Ref Cam’ at Main Camp [VIDEO]

The Bismarck Bobcats began their 2014-15 season on Friday when Main Camp began at the VFW Sports Center.

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Bismarck Residents Urged to Lock Doors After Series of Thefts Reported

Everyone in the Bismarck-Mandan area is encouraged to keep doors locked after the Bismarck Police Department responded to a series of thefts this past week.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Big Concerts Mean Big Profits for FargoDome

Thanks to a few heavily attended concerts, officials at the FargoDome say they expect to net over $300,000 this year.

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Rick Diamond, Getty Images

38 Special Set to Rock Prairie Knights Casino in November

The pavilion at Prairie Knights Casino will be rockin' Saturday, November 8th, as 38 Special hits the stage for a night of southern and arena rock classics!

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Kyle Rivas, Getty Images

Former UND Standout Weston Dressler Begins Training Camp with Kansas City Chiefs

Weston Dressler, who played high school football at Bismarck High and college football at the University of North Dakota, began his trek earlier this week towards earning a spot on the Kansas City Chiefs roster.

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North Dakota Ranks 6th in the Nation for Overall Child Well-Being

North Dakota has been named number six in the nation for overall child well-being by the Annie E. Casey Foundation's 25th annual Kids Count study.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images

Bismarck Police K9s Outfitted with Bulletproof Vests [PHOTOS]

Thanks to a non-profit called Vested Interest in K9s Inc., two Bismarck police K9s have been outfitted with bulletproof vests.

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